• John Lewis Oxford Street


    Department Store

    300 Oxford Street, W1A 1EX [map]

    John Lewis Oxford Street is an unmissable shopping destination for visitors to London, offering one of the best collections of British brands and famed for its rich heritage and Royal Warrant status.

  • Liberty


    Department Store

    Regent Street, W1B 5AH [map]

    Liberty is one of the last great emporiums for innovative and eclectic design. Explore five floors of fashion, beauty, accessories and homewares to find a selection of beautiful and luxurious products

  • Selfridges & Co

    Department Store

    400 Oxford Street, W1H 6HB [map]

    Selfridges is one of the world's finest department stores. From high fashion to hi-fi, wardrobe co-ordination to wedding lists, it's every shop you'll ever need.

  • Debenhams

    Department Store

    Westfield, Shepherd's Bush, W12 7SH [map]

    Debenhams is a department store selling everything from toiletries, clothes and accessories to furniture and kitchenware. Concessions can be found within this store.

  • House of Fraser

    Department Store

    Westfield, Shepherd's Bush, W12 7GF [map]

    House of Fraser is a department store selling a range of clothes for men, women and children as well as furniture, audio visual equipment, toiletries, household goods, gardening equipment, lighting…

  • New Look Marble Arch

    Fashion Shop

    500-502 Oxford Street, W1C 2HW [map]

    Great fashion on a budget at this shiny new store.

  • New Look Oxford Street

    Fashion Shop

    203 - 207 Oxford Street, London, W1D 2LE [map]

    New Look’s flagship store on London’s Oxford Street is packed with fashionable clothes and shoes.

  • The Village at Westfield London

    Platinum Partner

    Shopping Centre

    Ariel Way, W12 7SL [map]

    The Village is London's ultimate luxury enclave - home to over 40 of the most famous and sought after British and international luxury brands, from Louis Vuitton and Prada, to Burberry and De Beers.

  • Alexander McQueen

    Clothes Designer

    4-5 Old Bond Street, W1S 4PD [map]

    The late Alexander McQueen won countless awards for his daring collection of 'cutting edge' fashion. Winner of British Designer Of The Year in both 1996 and (jointly) in the following year, he was…

  • Armani Exchange

    Fashion Shop

    222/244 Regent Street, W1B 3BR [map]

    Armani Exchange, the youthful label created by Giorgio Armani, is designed for a new generation of fashion consumers through an accessible collection offering unique, modern style.

  • Burberry World Flagship Store

    Fashion Shop

    165 Regent Street, W1B 4HS [map]

    Burberry, established 1856, is an iconic British luxury brand, recognised globally for its innovative menswear, womenswear, childrenswear, accessory, beauty and fragrance collections. This is Burberry's world flagship store.

  • Cordings

    Menswear Shop

    19 Piccadilly, London Haymarket, W1J 0LA [map]

    Cordings has been an iconic part of London's landscape since 1839. The values that have carried Cordings from 1839 to today are still as important today as then: quality, service and an adherence to brilliantly British style.

  • Fenwick

    Department Store

    63 New Bond Street, W1A 3BS [map]

    Find fashion heaven in London's most fashionable street. Fenwick offers five floors of coveted labels, fabulous frocks and eternally stylish accessories. There's also a gleaming beauty department, restaurants and spa services to satisfy your every whim.

  • Find

    Antiques, Vintage & Second-Hand Fashion

    228 Battersea Park Road, Honor Parry, SW11 4ND [map]

    Find sells designer vintage shoes and clothing.

  • H&M

    Fashion Shop

    174-176 Oxford Street, Marylebone, W1D 1NX [map]

    The flagship H&M in London, offering six floors of affordable fashion

  • House Of Vintage

    Antiques, Vintage & Second-Hand Fashion

    4 Cheshire Street, Bethnal Green, E2 6EH [map]

    Open seven days a week, House of Vintage is a boutique in the heart of Brick Lane that specialises in unique, one-off pieces from the 1920s to the 1980s.

  • Jermyn Street

    Shopping Area

    St James, [map]

    Jermyn Street dates back to 1664 when Charles II authorised Henry Jermyn, the Earl of St Albans, to develop an area close to St James's Palace.

  • Marks & Spencer Oxford Street Flagship Store

    Department Store

    458 Oxford Street, W1C 1AP [map]

    The giant Marble Arch flagship Marks & Spencer sells everything from clothes and home furnishings to food.

  • McQ Alexander McQueen London Flagship

    Clothes Designer

    14 Dover Street, W1S 4LW [map]

    McQ on Dover Street in Mayfair houses designs from Alexander McQueen's secondary, more affordable label.

  • Paul Smith At Westbourne House

    Clothes Designer

    122 Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill, W11 2EP [map]

    Paul Smith specialises in modern British fashion for men, women and children at designer prices. All designs can be made-to-measure.